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doomed

[ doomd ]
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adjective
destined, or seemingly destined, especially to an adverse fate: Math wizards were able to pinpoint the final resting place of the doomed jet deep beneath the ocean.
judged guilty and sentenced, especially to death; condemned: Several times today and tonight the doomed man has wept like a child in his prison cell.
ordained or fixed, as a sentence or fate: In this age of finding everything online, it won’t be long before seed catalogs suffer the same doomed fate as most gardening magazines.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of doom.
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Origin of doomed

OTHER WORDS FROM doomed

self-doomed, adjective
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